SE Portland Girls Basketball Club
Year round ball for 1st-8th grade girls.
Looking for your child to develop skills in:
✓ Hard work
✓ Commitment to team
Well my friend, you're in the right place!
Let's build strong, confident, committed young people
SE Portland Girls Basketball Club
Year round activities to build your child's team skills and confidence ⏤ all while having fun playing basketball!
We have fans!
As both the parent of a player and a coach, I can say that the SE Portland Girls Basketball Club is a wonderful, vital and appreciated club. My daughter has been in the club for three years, beginning in 3rd grade, and has grown as a player, team member and person. She’s learned about competition, self-reliance, team building, leadership, how to face fear and disappointment, how to have fun, how to support her peers and just generally go all out to do her best.
Steve Cooper is clearly dedicated and passionate about the club, and it is great to see it grow and develop. It’s a great part of the Portland community and a super resource for girls. I’m very happy we’ve been a part of it.
SE Girls Basketball Club has been the best thing in my daughter's life the past few years. Being part of a team brings her a sense of togetherness and accomplishment. Between practices, games, and tournaments, and skills clinics, the club makes sure these girls get the full experience of team sports. And her coaches have been amazing in pushing her to improve her skills on the court, while always leading by example in a positive and encouraging atmosphere. They let her shine in her own way.
Here's what you get when you join ⏤
- Club t-shirt and hoodie
- Game costs, uniforms and all equipment to run her team
- Skill sessions at Multnomah University for 3rd-8th grade players
- Junior Focus Camp admission for 1st-3rd grade players
- Senior Focus Camp admission for 4th-8th grade players
- Off season club opportunities
Annual player fees starting at $135
Scholarship and payment plans available.
Parent & Player Expectations
1 ⏤ Players are expected to be at all games and practices during the regular season
and to participate in as many off season activities as their family schedules permit in order to significantly improve their skills.
2 ⏤ Parents are expected to participate in the club wide free throw challenge fundraiser.
Our annual player fee only covers approximately 50% of a team's operating costs. Parent involvement is critical in order to achieve our funding goals.
Club calendar at a glance
July - October Annual registration for new & returning players
September - October **Fall off season tournaments & clinics
October Teams finalized
November Practice begins for all teams
November - December Club wide free throw challenge fundraiser
January - March Regular season for all grades
April - May **Spring off season tournaments & clinics
June *Junior & Senior Focus camps
July **Quick Handle camps
How it Works
1/ REGISTER NOW
Register your 1st-8th grader as a new or returning player. Upon registering you'll have the option to pay your annual registration fee online or offline.
2/ CHECK YOUR EMAIL
Upon completion of the registration form you'll receive a confirmation from our database provider TeamSnap.
3/ TEAMS ASSIGNED
Once your player has been assigned a team, the club will provide additional information and your coach will contact you.